Obama really is going to change the face of America and he’s got less than 6 months to do it. If Clinton wins the election in November, you can be sure that Obama’s immigration policies will continue for four more years. Under Obama’s refugee policy, foreigners, mostly from Muslim countries, are granted asylum in the United States without being properly vetted. Once they get here, they are not being assimilated in American culture and society. Some of these so-called refugees are coming here as part of a jihad to destroy our way of life.
Obama has found yet another way to trick the American people into accepting more refugees. Under his new scheme, U. S. corporations will help with the resettling of refugees through employment, education and enablement. This means that the cap of 85,000 refugees entering the United States can be ignored and an uncapped number of immigrants can be accepted. Through work and education visas, refugees would not be considered as refugees on their immigration status. It’s a loophole that Obama created to bring in more people who are bent on destroying the American way of life. For a full list of these corporations, visit 100 Percent Fed Up. You might be surprised to see who’s on the list.
100 Percent Fed Up reports:
The White House announced last week that it is launching a “Call to Action” asking private businesses to help with the resettlement of refugees. This could be done without regard to the government cap of 85,000 total refugees, including 10,000 Syrian refugees, in 2016.
The three main facets of this private partnership program are: “education,” “employment,” and “enablement.” Education includes “facilitating refugee children and young adults’ education by ensuring that refugee students can access schools of all levels.” The employment facet includes “increasing employment opportunities for refugees.”
Through those two parts of the initiative refugees can be settled in the United States without limit as they wouldn’t fall under the purview of the government cap on refugee resettlement. Through work and education visas refugees would not actually be considered as refugees for their immigration status. One of the companies already partnered with the Obama administration, Chobani, currently has a work force in the United States that is roughly 30 percent resettled refugees. A White House fact sheet states 66 percent of refugees are of working age.
Outside of employment and education, under the “enablement” part of the initiative, the White House mentions that companies can help refugees get access to financial services, technology, housing and transport. This also includes “covering costs of charter flight to bring resettled refugees to the United States (or to another country of resettlement).”